The fastest memes of the fall of Telmex

Photos: @AIrakBolita / @JAAHG14 / @medicenmando / @Cyn483 - Twitter.
Photos: @AIrakBolita / @JAAHG14 / @medicenmando / @Cyn483 – Twitter.

This Friday they registered failures in the Infinitum service of Telmexas recorded by the site down-detector. Due to connection problemsocial network users shared several memes referring to what happened.

The site specialized in monitoring the service of platforms and services such as Twitch, WhatsApp and Izzi, pointed out that Around 11:00 a.m. on May 20, the problems began. The highest peak of errors in the Telmex Internet was at 11:57 am.

93% of the most reported issues were internet failures and only 6% said they had suffered a total blackout and 1% reported problems with the telephone service. down-detector points out that around 2:00 p.m. the errors almost completely ended.

According to Xataka, the fall of Telmex was caused by a double fiber optic cut that occurred in Querétaro and Mexico City. Supposedly, both cuts would have been the result of an act of vandalism.

(Photo: Screenshot)
(Photo: Screenshot)

So lucky, the inhabitants of the capital and the people of Puebla were the ones who suffered the most from failures in their Internet navigationmainly on websites hosted outside of Mexico.

After Telmex was notified of the fiber optic cut, it proceeded to send brigades of specialized technicians to make the necessary repairs and services traffic routing. The process would have taken them a couple of hours.

While the technicians went to restore the fiber optic cut, the affected users took the opportunity to dust off some memes and make new ones for express your frustration at being offline or waiting a long time for a site to finish loading.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

Users who do not have a contract with Telmex did not hesitate to mock and presume that their Internet was working without problems and they could browse without limits.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

One of the classic memes is “Those bastards** lied to me starring an elderly man. In this case they used it to point out that Infinitum failed its “speeding” slogan.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

According to some users, Telcel also had connection failures this Friday afternoon. Using a meme They complained twice.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

Although Telmex would have sent its team of specialist technicians immediately, it seemed to its clients that they took too long. A couple of hours was different for the company and for those who use the service.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

Someone took advantage of this meme from Jimmy Neutron’s friend to edit it with headphones and control. The outfit would be simulate to gamers that they can lose an important game if their Internet fails.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

One of the memes that is here to stay is that of the clown, which is sometimes reduced to: “I stayed”. This is because Telmex customers would have thought it was a problem with their modem and would have tried everything to no avail.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

Another of the Internet users who at the same time had problems with Telcel, took a capture photo of a fall of the controversial Alfredo Adame and safe that both services fall more than the politician of the Orange Movement.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

In another case, a user used the frog meme “Pepe the frog” to exclaim his outrage at the failures and demand that the connection be restored soon.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

Recently, the photo of an employee of a hotel in Quintana Roo became popular who “got stiff” after consuming the drugs he found in a vacationer’s room. The image that went viral was used by a user to represent Telmex at that time.

(Photo: Twitter)
(Photo: Twitter)

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